National Seminar on Cloud Computing & Cognitive Learning


Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized one day National Seminar on “Cloud Computing and Cognitive Learning” on 12 February 2019.

The divine guests of the seminar are as follows:

  1. 1. Dr. R.K. Bayal (Associate Professor , CSE Dept , RTU ,Kota)
  2. 2. Mr. Prabhjot Singh Bakshi (Director Getwings Software Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad)
  3. 3. Mr. Gaurav Mantri (Founder & Technology Head, Cynapata)
  4. 4. Mr. Vikram Jain (Director , Professional Services , Advaiya Solutions)

The Inaugural Session started at 10:15 A.M. in which the divine guests Mr. Abhay Singhvi (MD, SSCE ), Dr. Prashant Sharma (Principal, SSCE ), Mr. Dipesh Vaya (HoD , CSE Dept, SSCE) lit the lamp and blessed the seminar to start its proceedings along with all the honorable guests. Dr. Prashant Sharma inaugurated the session with inaugural speech. The welcome speech was given by Mr. Abhay Singhvi .

The Technical Sessions of the seminar Started with the Keynote Address of Dr. R.K. Bayal. He initiated the seminar with the topic of “Cloud Computing & basic requirements for learning this technology”. He emphasized that Cloud Computing is a rapidly developing information technology that has aroused the concern of the whole world. It is an Internet based computing, whereby shared resources, software and information are provided to computers and devices on demand.

Then it further continued with the keynote Address of Mr. Prabhjot Singh Bakshi. He demonstrated the “World of Virtual Reality through Hololense” (a Microsoft product which costs around $3000) and shared his views on Virtual Reality and Internet of Things. Virtual Reality is the use of computer modeling and simulation that enables a person to interact with an artificial three – dimensional (3 D) visual or other sensory environment.

It continued with the keynote Address of Mr. Vikram Jain in which he shared his views on “Cognitive Approach in Learning and Artificial Intelligence”. Cognitive approach is the understanding of information and concepts. Artificial is a branch of modern science and technology aiming at the exploration of the secrets of human intelligence on one hand and the transplantation of human intelligence to machines as much as possible so that machines could perform as intelligently as the can.

In the session students participated actively along with the department faculties Mr. Ashish Swami , Ms. Sakshi Arora , Ms. Jyoti kaushal , Ms. Swati Chaturvedi, Ms. Kriti Jain.

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